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Color confinement Multi-quark Resonances. Fan Wang Dept. of Physics, Nanjing Univ. Joint Center for Particle-Nuclear Physics and Cosmology (CPNPC) of NJU and PMO J.L.Ping, H.R.Pang C.L.Chen. Outline. I. Introduction II. Color confinement resonance III. QCD models of multi-quark

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color confinement multi quark resonances

Color confinement Multi-quark Resonances

Fan Wang

Dept. of Physics, Nanjing Univ.

Joint Center for Particle-Nuclear Physics and Cosmology (CPNPC)

of NJU and PMO

J.L.Ping, H.R.Pang

C.L.Chen

outline
Outline
  • I. Introduction
  • II. Color confinement resonance
  • III. QCD models of multi-quark

resonances

  • IV. Final remarks
i introduction
I.Introduction

S.Weinberg listed three kinds of microscopic resonances:

(The Quantum Theory of Fields, Cambridge Univ. Press, 1995, Vol. I, p.159.)

(1) Strong interaction particles decay through electroweak interaction, neutron, hyperons, pion, kion, etc.;

(2) Potential barrier tunnel, alpha decay;

(3) Statistical fluctuation, compound nucleus.

slide4
Hadronic strong decay,

S. Weinberg did not discuss these resonance,

such as rho, omega, Delta, etc. in his book.

I think the slow down of the decay of these

resonances are due to creation in their decay

process.

  • There should be another kind resonance for

multi-quark system due to color confinement ,

which is different from all of those four known

microscopic resonances.

ii color confinement resonance
II.Color confinement resonance

Color structure of nucleon obtained from lattice QCD

color structure of multi quark systems
Color structure of multi-quark systems

Five quark

Six quark

Hadron phase

Multi-quark phase

qcd quark benzene
QCD quark benzene
  • QCD interaction should be able to form a quark benzene consisted of six quarks
slide9
Two hadrons collide each other, if they are close

enough there should be a possibility that two

hadrons rearrange there internal color structure to

transform from hadron phase to multi-quark phase.

  • Once the multi-quark is formed, it can not

decay to hadrons directly due to color confinement.

  • It must transform to color singlet substructure

first then decay, so there must be resonance

related to these genuine multi-quark system.

slide10
The product cross section and the decay

width of multi-quark system are determined by

the transition interaction between color singlet

hadrons and genuine color multi-quark systems.

  • Up to now we don’t have any reliable

information about this transition interaction.

  • One possibility is that such a transition from

color singlet hadrons to genuine color multi-quark

system only takes place at short distances, i.e.

through violent high energy processes only. The

color singlet hadrons like the inertial elements.

iii qcd models of multi quark resonances
III.QCD models of multi-quark resonances
  • Multi-quark study is an experimental issue

because up to now no reliable theoretical method.

QCD does not deny multi-quark state.

  • There have been many claims about the signals

of multi-quark state, but up to now no one is well

established.

d’(m=2.06 GeV,Γ=0.5 MeV, I =0 ) had been a

hot topic in 1990’s.

penta-quark had been listed as a four star

resonance in PDG and regarded as a renaissance

of hadron spectroscopy, but seems to disappear

again.

slide12
Some real exotic meson states had been

discussed in PDG, such as , but seem

not robust against the new measurements.

  • Recently there are discussions about the

tetraquark Dso(2317), Ds1(2460), X(3872),

X(3943), Y(3940) and Z(3930). We don’t

know their fate yet.

  • BES continuously report signals of enhancement near the p threshold.
slide13
Experiments very need reliable theoretical

predictions of multi-quark states.

  • The most promising theoretical method for

multi-quark calculation should be the lattice

QCD. However the penta-quark study shows

that the present version of lattice QCD is not

sophisticated enough to predict the multi-

quark state reliably.

slide14
Chiral perturbation is good for low energy hadron interactions. Is it good enough to predict the transition between color singlet hadrons and genuine color multi-quark state?
  • Quite possible it is not, because there is only colorless hadron degree of freedom included, at least not economic.
slide15
Chiral quark model, here I mean quark

models including Goldstone boson exchange,

describes existed NN and N-hyperon

interaction data well. Is it good enough for

the transition between color singlet hadrons

and genuine color multi-quark state is also

questionable.

  • Here one has to worry about that if

Goldstone boson is a good effective

degree of freedom for short range interaction.

(N.Isgur)

lattice qcd results of the quark interaction prl 86 2001 18 90 2003 182001 hep lat 0407001
Lattice QCD results of the quark interactionPRL 86(2001)18,90(2003)182001,hep-lat/0407001

Suppose these lattice QCD results are qualitatively correct, then multi-quark system is a many body interaction multi-channel coupling problem.

slide17
QCD models usually use the two body interaction, is the two body interaction a good approximation of the many body interaction obtained from lattice QCD calculation?
slide18

A comparative calculation of the ground state energy of 2,4,6,9,12 quark systems by two body confinement and color string are shown below.(n=3 baryon masses of N and ∆ has been used to fix model parameters, Nuovo Cimento, 86A(1985) 283.)

Model n=2 4 6 9 12

1. m=0

Bag 0.65 1.47 2.16 3.07 3.90

NR p=2 0.63 1.54 2.43 3.76 5.09

p=1 0.66 1.51 2.34 3.59 4.83

String =1 0.54 1.47 2.26 3.42 4.97

2.25

=1.5 1.51

2. m=0.19 GeV

NR p=2 0.68 1.49 2.29 3.49 4.69

p=1 0.69 1.48 2.25 3.41 4.57

String =1 0.64 1.46 2.22 3.34 4.63

2.21

=1.5 1.48

slide20
The above results seem to show that diagonal matrix

elements of the two body confinement interaction are not too far

from the string ones. So the two body confinement interaction

might be a good approximation to be used to calculate the

diagonal matrix elements of multi quark systems.

  • However such a two body confinement interaction used

to study the NN interaction can not get even a qualitatively

correct ones, i.e., the important intermediate range

attraction is missing even after taking into account many

channel coupling.

  • We suspect that the failure of the multi channel coupling

calculation to obtain enough intermediate range NN attraction is

due to the two body confinement interaction is not a good

approximation of the transition interaction between different

color structures.

quark delocalization color screening model qdcsm
Quark delocalization, color screening model (QDCSM)

Based on the above understanding, we take Isgur model as our starting point, but modify it for multi quark systems by two new ingredients:

1. The confinement interaction is re-parameterized aimed to take into account the effect of multi channel coupling,

especially the genuine color channels coupling;

2. The quark delocalization, similar to the electron delocalization in molecule, is introduced to describe the effect of mutual distortion.

slide22
Color screening:

qq interaction: intra baryon

inter baryon different

the color configuration mixing and channel coupling have been taken into account to some extent.

three gluons exchange 0 (intra baryon)

= 0 (inter baryons), etc.

slide23

Quark delocalization:

the parameter εis determined variationally by the dynamics of the quark systems.

of quark distribution and gluon distribution has been taken into account to some extent.

  • the self-consistency
parameters of qdcsm
Parameters of QDCSM

mu=md=313 MeV

ms=560 MeV

α=1.54

b=0.603 fm

a=25.13 MeV/fm2

μ=1.0 fm-2

Almost the same as Isgur model except

the color screening

slide25
This model, without invoking meson exchange

except pion, with only one additional adjustable

parameter-the color screening constant μ

reproduce the deuteron properties, the NN, NΛ,

NΣ scattering data.

  • Moreover it explains the long standing facts:

1. The molecular force is similar to nuclear force

except the energy and length scale;

2. The nucleus can be approximated as a nucleon system.

slide26
Deuteron

Mass: 1876 MeV

Radius: 1.9 fm

PD: 4.5%

comparison between qdcsm and salamanca chiral quark model
Comparison between QDCSM and Salamanca chiral quark model
  • To study which effect has been included in QDCSM, we make the following comparative study:

Take the Salamanca model as a typical example of chiral quark model, where the NN short range interaction is attributed to quark structure of nucleon and gluon exchange interaction, while the long and intermediate range parts are attributed to

exchange.

extended qdcsm
Extended QDCSM
  • Replace the OGE part of QDCSM by the OGE and OPE part of Salamanca model one get the

Hamiltonian of the extended QDCSM.

or alternatively, start from Salamanca model,

drop their meson exchange term,

replace their confinement term by the

color screening one, one also get the

Hamiltonian of the extended QDCSM.

deuteron properties
Deuteron properties
  • Salamanca model extended QDCSM
slide37
These comparisons show that the meson exchange of the Salamanca chiral quark model can be replaced by quark delocalization, i.e., the mutual distortion of interacting nucleons, and color screening.
  • The meson exchange is known can be replaced by the quark gluon exchange.
  • It is possible to describe the short and intermediate range NN interaction by quark gluon exchange instead of the meson.
different models fit the existed baryon interaction data qualitatively quantitatively different
Different models fit the existed baryon interaction data qualitatively,quantitatively different.

Yukawa meson exchange model

(Bonn,Nijmegen,Paris);

chiral perturbation theory;

quark model

(bag R-matrix, chiral quark model, QDCSM, etc.)

different models give qualitatively different predictions on multi quark states
Different models give qualitatively different predictions on multi-quark states
  • Even limiting to quark models, which fit the existing NN, NY interaction data, these models still predict the multi-quark resonances quite different.
  • It is bad for multi-quark state search,

It is good that multi quark state, if established, will be very helpful in discriminating various quark models and understanding the low energy QCD.

slide43
Almost all quark models predict

there should be strong attraction in the

channel.

slide44
QDCSM predict in this case the six quarks are completely merged into one genuine six-quark one and we called it d*. The estimated mass and width are:

M~2170-2190 MeV, Γ~6-8 MeV,

the production cross sections are

~0.2-10 nb/sr at 3 in ed scattering (PRC 61(2000) 064001; 62(2000) 018201.)

~100 nb in πd scattering (PRC 39(1989)1889.)

~100 nb/sr at 7 in pd scattering (PRC 57

(1998) 1962; 65(2002) 034012.)

slide45

These estimates seem to be ruled out by

LAMPF (PRL 49(1982) 255),

COSY (PRL 78 (1997)1652, 85(2000)1819, nucl-ex/

0407015),

SATURNE (PRC 60(1999) 054001, 054002) measurement.

  • However the new measurement of

may need a resonance to explain the low mass

enhancement.

slide46
The ground state energy of quark benzene is close to that of d*, so six quark benzene component should mix in the d* with other components as shown before.
  • Quark benzene should also effect the NN scattering,

a new hidden color channel coupling to the usual color singlet channel.

n i 1 2 j p 2 s 3
N I=1/2,Jp=2+,S=-3

QDCSM predicted another six quark state

M(MeV) 2549-2557 threshold 2611

(keV) 12-22

Decay mode N--> 1D2,3D2. D-wave decay, no strong

πtensor interaction in N channel, one quark must be

exchanged to form  from N. These factors all suppress

the decay rate and make N quite a narrow resonance.

This state might be created in RHIC and detected by STAR through the reconstruction of  decay product.

(Wang:PRL 59(87)627, 69(92)2901, PRC 51(95)3411, 62(00)054007, 65(02)044003, 69(04)065207;

Zhang:PRC 52(95)3393, 61(00)065204, NPA 683(01)487.)

final remark
Final remark
  • QED interaction is simple, but the QED matter is almost countless; QCD interaction is rich and varied, however the QCD matter is very limited.
  • If the low energy QCD confinement interaction is color screened so perfect such that the residual interaction is so weak and leaves only one deuteron in the universe and no any other multi quark state, it is certainly interesting.
  • it seems not the time to stop our search for multi quark state yet! Only if our understanding of quark confinement is qualitatively incorrect, otherwise color confinement multiquark resonance is unavoidable.